ECED 107 Module 2.Lesson 2 Quiz: NAEYC Position Statement on Assessing Young Children

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According to the NAEYC position statement, assessment is not an important component of early childhood programs.

False

The 2003 Joint Position Statement was developed by NAEYC and NEA.

False

One of the intended effects of the Position Statement is to stimulate investments for creating high-quality learning environments.

True

The Position Statement emphasizes providing minimal support and resources to staff in early childhood programs.

False

The Position Statement aims to promote dialogue only within the early childhood field.

False

According to the Position Statement, creating accessible and affordable high-quality learning environments is not a priority.

False

Using individual norm-referenced tests should be the primary method of assessment for young children.

False

Assessment evidence should only be gathered from controlled test environments.

False

Assessment literacy improvement is important for both teachers and families.

True

Assessments should not consider the age and characteristics of the children being assessed.

False

Screening assessments do not need to be followed up with further evaluation.

False

Ethical principles do not play a role in guiding assessment practices.

False

Test your knowledge on the NAEYC Position Statement regarding assessing young children in early childhood education programs. The quiz is based on the joint 2003 statement by NAEYC and NAECS/SDE.

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